Space Blues is Keith Hamer's best bet for Tuesday and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
NAP: Space Blues (2.00 Nottingham)
Next best: Sharp Operator (3.55 Brighton)
Space Blues can redeem his reputation with victory on his second start of the campaign at Nottingham.
The Dubawi colt made a big impression when making a winning racecourse debut at this venue last November, and it was no surprise to see him sent off as a red-hot favourite on his seasonal reappearance at Newbury.
Charlie Appleby's charge moved sweetly for a long way, but was ultimately only fourth behind the impressive King Ottokar over a mile and a quarter.
Considering connections of the winners harbour dreams of Derby glory, that was not a terrible effort from Space Blues - and with that run under his belt, he can reward those who keep the faith in division one of the Join Racing TV Now Novice Stakes.
Isango had given her trainer Charlie Fellowes plenty of encouragement on all her three races last season.
She opened her account first time in 2019 at Wolverhampton, when holding on by a short head to make all, and further improvement can see her double up in the Follow At racingtv On Twitter Fillies' Handicap.
Eve Johnson Houghton tried Givinitsum highly after acquiring the previously unbeaten South African filly when pitching her in at Listed level at Doncaster.
Not surprisingly, Givinitsum struggled behind Sharja Bridge, who has since run second in the bet365Mile at Sandown.
The Riverside Rental Ladies Of Horning Handicap at Yarmouth is a much more realistic target, and an improved display can be expected.
Take It Down Under can defy a penalty for a course-and-distance success last week in the Haven Seashore Holiday Park Handicap for trainer Amy Murphy.
Sharp Operator is twice a winner at Brighton and can make it three at the south-coast track in the Thoroughly Good Handicap.
The Charlie Wallis-trained six-year-old is fit and well from an all-weather campaign over the winter.
Gregorian Girl showed she had thrived during the winter when putting up vastly improved form to register a first career success at Kempton after three unplaced efforts last year.
Dean Ivory's charge has been raised 6lb but still looks hard to beat in the Bet In Play At totesport.com Handicap at Chelmsford.
Chosen World has become a standing dish at Newcastle, with three victories and three second places in seven starts there since November.
The five-year-old, trained by Julie Camacho, can keep his supporters happy with another bold performance in the Watch Sky Sports Racing On Virgin 535 Handicap.
The Punchestown Festival kicks off, with the feature BoyleSports Champion Chase likely to fall to Min.
Willie Mullins' classy performer was in imperious form in victory at Aintree, and can collect a fourth Grade One prize in his last five starts.
It could be an excellent opening day for the champion trainer, with Klassical Dream impossible to oppose in the Herald Champion Novice Hurdle and Getabird of significant interest on his return from a break in the Dooley Insurance Group Champion Novice Chase.
Sporting Life tips:
BRIGHTON: 1.50 Tan, 2.25 Copacabana Dancer, 2.55 Agent Basterfield, 3.25 Lady Alavesa, 3.55 Sharp Operator, 4.25 Wilson, 5.00 Light Of Air.
CHELMSFORD: 5.15 Hidden Stash, 5.45 Fantastic Flyer, 6.20 Carnival Rose, 6.55 Young John, 7.25 Gregorian Girl, 8.00 True Destiny, 8.30 Imperial Act.
NEWCASTLE: 4.45 She's Royal, 5.20 Chosen World, 5.55 Pendleton, 6.30 Island Flame, 7.05 Surfman, 7.40 Newmarket Warrior, 8.15 Gunmaker.
NOTTINGHAM: 1.30 Beignet, 2.00 SPACE BLUES (NAP), 2.35 Hat Yai, 3.05 Isango, 3.35 Yusra, 4.05 Queen Constantine, 4.35 Remember The Man, 5.10 Tenax.
PUNCHESTOWN: 3.40 Enniskillen, 4.20 Klassical Dream, 4.55 Cosmo's Moon, 5.30 Min, 6.05 Festival D'ex, 6.40 Getabird, 7.15 Surfing Tenor.
YARMOUTH: 2.15 Take It Down Under, 2.45 Don't Joke, 3.15 Rochester House 3.45 Pendo, 4.15 Givinitsum, 4.50 Agent Of Fortune, 5.25 Tunky.
DOUBLE: Space Blues and Sharp Operator.